Arrow Emblem Grand Prix no Taka (TV)

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Alternative title:
Arrow Emblem - Hawk of the Grand Prix 
Grand Prix 
Grand Prix e il campionissimo (Italian) 
Grand Prix no Taka (Japanese) 
Hawk of the Grand Prix 
Super Grand Prix 
الجائزة الكبرى (Arabic) 
アローエンブレム・グランプリの鷹 (Japanese) 
Genres: tournament 
Themes: auto racing 
Objectionable content: Mild 
User Ratings: 22 ratings have been given [details]
 Masterpiece: 1 vote (others:1
1 Arabic dubbed
 Excellent: 2 votes (raw:1, edit.dub:1)
 Very good: 3 votes (raw:1, others:2
1 Italian dubbed
1 Spanish dubbed
 Good: 3 votes (?:1, others:2
1 Italian dubbed
1 Spanish dubbed
 Decent: 9 votes (sub:4, ?:1, dub:1, others:3
1 Spanish dubbed
1 Russian dubbed
1 Italian dubbed
 So-so: 3 votes (dub:1, ?:1, others:1
1 French dubbed
 Not really good: 1 vote (others:1
1 Polish edited dub
 Weak: -
 Bad: -
 Awful: -
 Worst ever: -
Seen in part or in whole by 80 users, rank: #3961 (of 6417)
Median rating: Decent
Arithmetic mean: 6.636 (Good−), std. dev.: 1.463, rank: #3366 (of 6417)
Weighted mean: 6.433 (Decent+), rank: #3809 (of 6417) (seen all: 6.60 / seen some: 6.90 / won't finish: 4.89)
Bayesian estimate: 6.819 (Good−), rank: #2640 (of 4883)
Number of episodes: 44 
Episode titles: We have 44
1977-09-22 to 1978-08-31 
1989-05-17 (France) 
Release dates: We have 2
Opening Theme:
"Grand Prix no Taka" by Mizuki Ichiro 
Ending Theme:
"Race Blues" by Mizuki Ichiro 
Official website:
Toei Animation-Oldies (Japanese) 
Trivia: We have 1
A compilation movie from this series is available, dubbed in English, as Super Grand Prix. 
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Japanese staff
Japanese cast
Series Director:
Nobutaka Nishizawa (2nd part) 
Music: Yasushi Miyazawa 
Original creator: Kogo Himiko 
Character Design:
Akio Sugino 
Kenzo Koizumi 
Takuo Noda 
Art Setting:
Tadanao Tsuji 
Takamura Mukuo 
Origianal Mechanic Design Concept: Dan Kobayashi 
Original Character Concept Design: Akio Sugino 
Theme Song Performance: Ichiro Mizuki (OP & ED) 
Kei Tomiyama as Todoroki Takaya 

Hidekatsu Shibata as Daisaku Kuruma 
Kan Tokumaru as Nick Lauda 
Keiichi Noda as Houshou Dainishi 
Kouji Yada as Narrator 
Mami Koyama as Ouse Suzuko 
Masako Nozawa as Hangorou Ouse 
Rihoko Yoshida as Katori Rie 
Japanese companies
Broadcaster: Fuji Television Network 
Production: Toei Animation 
French cast
French staff
Theme Song Performance: Jean-Paul Cesari 
Jean-Claude Montalban as Johnny Tornade 

Daniel Russo as Nicky (eps 1-3) 
Françoise Pavy as
Clara (1ère voix) 
Jackie Berger as
Elodie (eps 41-44) 
Jacques Feyel as Nicky (eps 26-31) 
Jean-Claude Montalban as Johnny 
Joëlle Fossier as Clara (12 episodes
eps 1-6, 23-25, 35-37
Joelle Guigui as Elodie 
Luc Bernard as
Nicky Lauda 
Père de Johnny (eps 4-5) 
Marie-Christine Darah as
Clara (2ème voix) 
Martine Reigner as Olivier 
Michel Barbey as
Mr Martinez 
Père de Johnny 
Patrick Poivey as Nicky (eps 7-8) 
Régis Reuilhac as
Serge Bourrier as Père de Johnny (9 episodes
eps 13-15, 26-31
French companies
La 5 (from 17 May 1989) 
Dubbing: SOFI 
Spanish staff
Spanish companies
Antena 3 (Spain) 
Cempae (Mexico) 
Chilevision (older Teleonce, Chile) 
Cinema Platino Plus (Mexico) 
DVD Distribution: Quality Films (Chile) 
Spanish cast
Italian staff
Italian cast
Andrea Lala as
Ken Otsuba (2nd voice) 
Niki Lanz (2nd voice; eps 34-44) 
Carlo Reali as Ingegner Sasaki (4th voice) 
Corrado Conforti as Julien Vidal 
Diego Michelotti as Hassan (2nd voice) 
Diego Reggente as Niki Lanz (1st voice; eps 1-33) 
Elio Zamuto as Kuzo, zio di Takaya (1st voice) 
Fabrizio Manfredi as Hangoro (2nd voice) 
Flora Carosello as Yoshi 
Gabriella Andreini as Suzuko Ose 
Giancarlo Padoan as Daisaku Kuruma, padre di Takaya (2nd voice) 
Giorgio Bandiera as
Don Santo 
Mario Anderlain 
Giorgio Locuratolo as
Colin Chapman 
Direttore di gara Rally della Montagna 
Giuseppe Fortis as Himura 
Guido Celano as Gida 
Guido De Salvi as Narratore 
Laura Boccanera as Rye Katori (1st voice; eps 1-36) 
Liliana Jovino as
Pat Clark (1st voice) 
Tama Katori 
Liliana Sorrentino as Isabela Peri 
Luciano Roffi as Emerson Finaldi 
Marco Guadagno as Hans Rosen (2nd voice; eps 37-44) 
Mario Milita as Goichiro Katori 
Massimiliano Manfredi as Hangoro (1st voice) 
Massimo Dapporto as Ingegner Sasaki (2nd voice) 
Massimo Rossi as
Hans Rosen (1st voice; eps 1-36) 
Mauro Bosco as Daisaku Kuruma, padre di Takaya (1st voice) 
Oliviero Dinelli as Sukon 
Roberto Del Giudice as Takaya Torodoki 
Rodolfo Baldini as Antonio 
Sergio Gibello as Kasim 
Sergio Matteucci as Hassan (1st voice) 
Vittorio Battarra as
Ken Otsuba (1st voice) 
Kuzo, zio di Takaya (2nd voice) 
Vittorio Guerrieri as Masaru Hoinata 
Willy Moser as Ingegner Sasaki (1st & 3rd voices) 
Italian companies
Euro TV 
Italia 1 
Italia Teen Television (from 23 November 2004) 
Rete A/All Music 
Fono Roma 
Yamato Video 
Dubbing: Fono Roma 
Russian staff
Russian companies
Broadcaster: 2х2 
Russian cast
Polish staff
Polish companies
Polsat 2 
Polish cast

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